Postive Test Result Pic, need help.

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Postive Test Result Pic, need help.
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Sat, 08-28-2010 - 12:13pm

Hi,

i bought these online pregnancy tests. and today is the due date of my periods. i tested first thing in the morning.but while doing it splashed urine on the test window. then i took a tissue to clean the test window and it might have been pressed a little. anyways, in 5 mins, i got the positive faint line on the test. Please see the attached picture of the test. Do you think i'm pregnant or is it just the urine splashing on the test window.
i have periods pains and cramps which i get every month before they start.

Note: the urine splashed ihave a feeling went into the test itself.

Mehvish
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Registered: 07-21-2010
Sat, 08-28-2010 - 12:49pm

Oh that is a hard one. I would not think that urine splashing in the window would make a difference though. The line appearing or not appearing has to do with a chemical reaction/detection of a certain hormone. I would think that the only way a line would come would be if indeed you were pregnant. However I am no expert so I am not sure if that was actually helpful.


Hopefully this is the first picture of your BFP!

Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


M/C November 2009


Metformin December 2009


Clomid #1 50mg April 2010 = no O :-(


Clomid #2 100mg May 2010 = BFN


Clomid #3 150mg July 2010 = BFN


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Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


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Sat, 08-28-2010 - 1:23pm

thanks Dixie,

i just took another test.and till 5 mins there was nothing but exactly at 5 mins i saw a very very faint positive line. now, this time there was no urine splashing on the window. but could it be that these are cheap online tests that i bought and they just show me faint evaporation lines. i'm so tensed and confused. i have all symptoms that i will have my periods in a dfay or two but i got this. i'm going crazy now.....

Mehvish
Mehvish
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Sat, 08-28-2010 - 2:09pm

If I was in your shoes I would go out and get a digital one. But that is just me. I HATE not knowing, although I also hate finding out bad news. Hopefully those signs are just very early pregnancy signs and not AF signs. I am not sure the difference as I have never gotten a BFP, but that is what I am crossing my fingers for.


Lots of positive thoughts.

Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


M/C November 2009


Metformin December 2009


Clomid #1 50mg April 2010 = no O :-(


Clomid #2 100mg May 2010 = BFN


Clomid #3 150mg July 2010 = BFN


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Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


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Registered: 08-20-2009
Sat, 08-28-2010 - 2:46pm


Looks like a positive to me, and I hope that it is. But, I respectfully request that future pictures/inquiries of HPTs be put down below under BFPs and Grads. It is very hurtful and hard to open this page and have the first post be a positive test posting. When I can handle it, I peek at the BFP and Grad thread, but if I am feeling down in my own TTC, I appreciate that I can avoid scrolling down to that part of the page. This is the second TTC page I've opened in the last 5 minutes with the first post being about a questionable BFP. I sincerely hope that it is a BFP, but I feel there is a more appropriate place for these posts. I know I'm super sensitive after TTC for over a year and a half, and there are women on this board who have been dealing with this for much longer. Sometimes BFPs aren't what we are emotionally prepared for. I hope I am not offending you or anyone else on the board, but it is too sharp a sting to not comment.

Again, I hope it is your BFP and that you have a H & H 9 months!
Andrea

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Registered: 07-21-2010
Sat, 08-28-2010 - 3:19pm

Very true Andrea and I will apologize for not having said so before you. I know it can be very hard to accept other peoples good news, even if we want to. I think it was very elegantly phrased and touches upon one of the most common struggles for all women in our position.


Hopefully we will all soon get to post on the bottom of the page.

Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


M/C November 2009


Metformin December 2009


Clomid #1 50mg April 2010 = no O :-(


Clomid #2 100mg May 2010 = BFN


Clomid #3 150mg July 2010 = BFN


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Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


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Sun, 08-29-2010 - 12:05am

Hi,

I am truly sorry for not realizing that this could hurt so many feelings. and it's good that u made me realize this so i don't hurt anyone else either. but my intentions were purely to ask what was happening to me and not to create bad feelings. this was the first thing i did as soon as i saw the result. but i didn't mean anything bad. since i'm not sure still if i'm pregnant or not, i didn't post in any other forum. i still considered myself in trying to conceive state.

i wish everyone on this forum lots of happiness and babies.and would really wish everyone wishes me the same.

baby dust to everyone.

Mehvish
Mehvish
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Registered: 08-20-2009
Sun, 08-29-2010 - 10:20am


Hi Mehvish- I know you aren't a frequent poster here, which is why I wanted to make the point, but in a polite way. I know you didn't want to hurt anyone, but since so many of us have faced HPTs with no question of it being a positive, it can be hard to be confronted with it. I am happy for you, or anyone else who achieves pregnancy, especially for those of us with the horrible diagnosis of "infertile," but I am also reminded of what I do not have and fear I will never have. I don't want you to feel unsupported, I would just prefer that questions and pictures of BFPs, including questionable BFPs be moved to the appropriate thread on this board. I am sorry if that made you feel unsupported, but I am quite sensitive right now and find BFPs very difficult to deal with. Since I also come here for support, I think the happy medium would be that HPT questions continue to be posted below. I do hope that you have achieved pregnancy and that you have a healthy pregnancy ahead of you, but I stand by my request that such posts be placed further down.

Andrea

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Sun, 08-29-2010 - 6:58pm

It is ok I know how hard things here are. I know, and others know, that you did not mean anything mean by it. I am as much to blame since it did not even occur to me. I was so happy for you I just wanted to help! I would not feel bad about it, we all learn from things. That is what I chalk it up to. I do very much hope it is a true BFP and you can get off this unpleasant infertility ride. Either way you will always find support here!

Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


M/C November 2009


Metformin December 2009


Clomid #1 50mg April 2010 = no O :-(


Clomid #2 100mg May 2010 = BFN


Clomid #3 150mg July 2010 = BFN


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Dixie


"Even miracles take a little time." ~ Fairy Godmother: Cinderella


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Wed, 09-01-2010 - 7:09pm

thanks You all for your support.


Mehvish
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Registered: 08-20-2009
Wed, 09-01-2010 - 7:46pm


I'm very sorry you got bad news today, and I hope that somehow you avoid miscarriage and go on with a healthy pregnancy.

If you've just been at this a few months, you should try not to be too concerned about how long it took you to get pregnant. Even though we get impatient, 3-4 months is actually quite fast to conceive, and you are only considered to have a fertility issue if you try for over a year without achieving pregnancy (if you are under the age of 35). So your achievement of pregnancy in that short time frame should help ease your concerns if you were thinking you have a fertility issue. If you unfortunately end up having a miscarriage, hopefully the dr can figure out the cause of it or assure you that it is likely an isolated occurrence.

I really hope your next beta comes in with good numbers and you can start enjoying your pregnancy.

Andrea

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